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Mission Statement

  • St. Theresa’s is proud to be a Catholic school rooted in the gospel values.
  • We are committed to celebrating and sharing our faith, as well as preparing children for life in a multi-cultural society and developing respect for the values and customs of others.
  • We are committed to delivering a broad and balanced curriculum to ensure that our children achieve the highest possible standards personal to them.
  • We aim to develop strong links between family and parish, enabling us to journey together with mutual support and respect.


‘To transform the future and life chances of our children through experiencing a real, relevant and purposeful curriculum.’


We all have the right to feel safe, feel respected and learn.

This means we have the responsibility to make sure we keep each other safe, we show respect to each other , we learn from each other.

Pre-Admission Visiting

Parents of prospective pupils are encouraged to visit the school by appointment, the admin officer will be pleased to arrange a mutually convenient time upon request. Every effort is made to ensure that parents and their children do visit the school if they have not previously done so.


For this school year, school will be organised on the basis of a Nursery and seven classes.

Our Curriculum

We follow the Come and See scheme, in line with the rest of the diocese.

Information about upcoming events is posted on the school App and in the school newsletters.

Each month we help our children learn key prayers.  

Each year group has Collective Worship expectations so that they can participate more in our shared worship.


For details about our curriculum, please visit our curriculum page.

For specific information about what each year group studies, please visit the class pages.

Faith in Action

A group of Year 5 pupils for Faith in Action group.  They will work towards the Pin Level Award, hopefully achieving this before they leave for secondary school, where they will be able to work towards the Bronze, Silver or Gold Award.  The children will be thinking about ways that they can share God’s love with others.

Celebrating our Patron Saint

During Little Ways Week, we learn about St. Theresa and why she is so important to us today.  We try, as we always do, to do the little things well.  St. Theresa’s Clever Creatures help us to learn and we try out lots of different activities to develop our skills.


Sharing our faith together is important to us.  We do this in lots of ways, including: Whole school Collective Worship, weekly Mass, special whole school Mass, Key Stage Collective Worship, class liturgy and daily prayer.  We love to share these with parents and the wider community.

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